Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science System Software Laboratory University of Maribor

News - archive

Feb. 7, 2021
We are a proud consortium member of STAMINA project (https://stamina-project.eu/), which has started in September 2020. The goal of the project is to develop an intelligent decision support platform for pandemic prediction and management. Institute of Computer Science at UM FERI is working together with Community Healthcare Centre Dr. Adolf Drolc, Maribor on identifying gaps in Slovenian pandemic management and pandemic meta-data description.
Feb. 5, 2021
Top innovation on field of decoding brain-to-muscle signals
Prof. Dr. Aleš Holobar, head of the Institute of Computer Science, on January 27, 2021 at the event START: IP Matchmaking presented an important innovation in the field of decoding commands
Nov. 30, 2020
Silver medal at the “Sarajevo 2020” Regional Virtual Innovation and Entrepreneurship Fair
Invention »Decomposition of compound muscle action potentials« authored by prof. dr. Aleš Holobar received a silver medal at the “Sarajevo 2020” Regional Virtual Innovation and Entrepreneurship Fair. Congratulations!
Nov. 12, 2020
Invention »Decomposition of compound muscle action potentials« authored by prof. dr. Aleš Holobar received a silver medal at the ARCA 2020 innovation fair in Zagreb. Congratulations!
Sept. 23, 2020
LSPO member dr. Martin Šavc was promoted to Doctor of Science. Congratulations!
Jun. 28, 2020
The First Prize in IEEE Region 8 Student Competition goes to our Student Kristjan Stopar
Our student Kristjan Stopar won the first prize award at the IEEE Region 8 Student Paper Contest (https://ieeer8.org/student-activities/spc2020result/). Together with his student colleagues Pia Žnidaršič and Urban Košale he developed a device for kinesthetic navigation of the blind and visually impaired. The final competition of the IEEE Region 8 Student Paper Contest has been organized in the framework of IEEE MELECON 2020 international conference (http://melecon2020.org/). Under supervision of assistant Jernej Kranjec and Prof. Aleš Holobar, Kristjan won the first prize award, despite being only in his 2nd year of the 1st Cycle Bologna Study Programme Computer Science and Information Technologies. Congratulations!

Apr. 10, 2017
System Software Laboratory at the 2nd international fair of modern medicine MEDICAL 2017
We presented advanced methods for interpretation of electromyograms, acquired by non-invasive surface electrodes and their potential clinical applications.

Dec. 20, 2016
ROSUS 2017 Conference: "Call for papers" was issued. (Slovene only)
Oct. 6, 2016
Members of the System Software Laboratory appeared on Slovenian national television RTV Slovenija and presented the latest achievements and perspectives in the field of bionic arm development and brain-computer and muscle-computer interfaces
The TV clip is available at:
http://4d.rtvslo.si/arhiv/ugriznimo-znanost/174429954. (slovene only)
Dec. 15, 2015
ROSUS 2015 Conference: "Call for papers" was issued. (Slovene only)
February 2, 2015
Workshop: Currrent and future applications of non-invasive and invasive BCIs
g.Tec and UM FERI are hosting a workshop about Brain Computer Interfaces.

October 8, 2014
In October 2014, we celebrate the 25th anniversary of System Software Laboratory.
October 6, 2014
DEMUSE - software for decomposition of multichannel surface electromyograms
A new version of the DEMUSE tool has been released. The tool enables fully automatic and highly accurate identification of motor unit discharge patterns out of multichannel surface electromyograms. For details, see demuse.feri.um.si.
June 10, 2014
RTV Slovenija crew led by the journalist Saška Jazbec shooted a reportage for the regional TELE M broadcast at the University Rehabilitation Institute Soča in Ljubljana. Prof. Dr. Imre Cikajlo (URI Soča), Prof. Dr. Damjan Zazula (System Software Laboratory of Maribor), and Prof. Dr. Nika Goljar (URI Soča) talked about the research and experience with a system of unobtrusive sensors that, developed within the Biomedical Engineering Competence Centre and installed in Dom Iris at Soča, measure and assess human functional health. TELE M broadcasted the reportage on July 16, 2014.
May 26, 2014
Prof. Dr. Aleš Holobar had an invited speech at The 11th Nanotehnology Day in Ljubljana on May 9, 2014. His speech on human-machine communication drew the attention of Saška Jazbec, a journalist of RTV Slovenija. She organised TV shooting of research achievements in the System Software Laboratory of Maribor. We demonstrated our own computer tool for a decomposition and analysis of muscle signals (EMG) and sensory devices and methods that we developed for unobtrusive measuring of functional-health parameters at home. The information (in Slovene) can be accessed at:
March 20, 2014
ROSUS 2014 Conference drew successfully to a close. Photos from this event are available.
January 20, 2014
New web pages of our lab were designed and released. It can also be accessed from http://lspo.uni-mb.si.
Dec. 20, 2013
ROSUS 2014 Conference: "Call for papers" was issued. (Slovene only)
Sept. 22, 2013
Professor dr. Damjan Zazula gave a talk in the Technical Museum of Slovenia entitled: "Moderna tehnologija omogoča spremljanje našega zdravstvenega stanja noč in dan kar doma (Modern Technology Enables Monitoring of Our Health Round the Clock at Home)"
April 11, 2013
Student team called Beezinga whose member is also our labmate Jernej Škrabec, won the Slovenian Imagine Cup competition.
April 3, 2013
Our lab member, Sebastjan Šprager, defended his doctoral thesis.
March 21, 2013
ROSUS 2013 Conference drew successfully to a close.
Feb. 23, 2013
ROSUS 2013 Conference begins today!